Our services are aimed at informing, supporting, educating and advocating for all people affected by hepatitis B or C.

Below you’ll find a list of our hepatitis related services, as well as how you can use them to get the best information or support from a doctor or other health professional.


What can our Services Offer you?

Our services will help you to:

  • Learn about  hep B or hep C, testing, treatment, transmission and more.
  • Get advice from one of our experienced Hepatitis Infoline workers.
  • Find out where your nearest hep-friendly doctors, clinics, specialists and services are.
  • Read our Tx! Comic, featuring stories from people affected by hep B or hep C.
  • Talk to someone who has been through hep C treatment

If you feel that you or someone you know might benefit from support, keep reading to see a full list of the services we offer.


Hepatitis Infoline: Talk About Hep B and C

The Hepatitis Infoline is a free hepatitis support line available across NSW. Anyone can call to speak confidentially with a trained Infoline worker. They can give you support, in-depth information about hep B and C, or refer you to the right networks or health services.


NSW Local Services Directory: Find Hep B and C treating and Testing Services and more

Are you looking for a local doctor, clinic or specialist? We have a reliable online directory of hep B and C friendly doctors and chemists, OST/rehab and sexual health clinics, and AMS’s and liver specialists – just type in your suburb and find one near you.


Free Hepatitis Resources, Information and Factsheets

If you’re looking for up to date information on hepatitis B or C, we offer a range of free resources:

People and workers in New South Wales can download and order as many of our resources as they need to spread awareness and inform about hep B and C.


Hepatitis B and C Support Services

Hepatitis NSW facilitates a number of support services for people affected by hep B or C. The support services we offer include:

  • Live Hep C Free: This peer-led treatment program brings hep C information, testing and treatment to residential rehabilitation centres, meeting people where they are.
  • Hep Connect:  our telephone support service, puts you in touch with someone who has been through hep C treatment. Hep Connect is for people living with hep C, their partners and carers, and particularly for people who are thinking about starting hep C treatment, or are going through it.

This page last updated 14 April 2020

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